The 100 mile runners have 30 hours to complete the race. The 50K runners have 12 hours to complete the race.
Since there will obviously be a large amount of time where people aren’t coming across finish lines, I’m also going to be kind of helping with the “command central”; as runners make it through various checkpoints on the course, volunteers will be tracking their bib numbers and radioing the details back to our home base. We’ll keep all the details in a spreadsheet so that we make sure not to lose anyone out there.
I’m excited to witness this event and see the ultra-endurance athletes as they come across the finish line. 100 miles is an awesome achievement and I’m privileged to be a part of the team to bring about the return of this event.